Merging The Infinite is a new album of atmospheric ambient deep space music and textural soundscapes from composer and ambient musician Simon Wilkinson. The album includes 10 instrumental tracks (over 102 minutes) of ethereal space soundscapes and longform ambient music for deep listening.
Deep drifting drones are layered with lush atmospheric immersive spacescapes and subtly swirling synth lines to create richly textured and dark evolving worlds of sound.
The 10 tracks are longform and expansive with lots of sonic detail and character, best experienced on headphones for full immersive effect.
The music ranges from calm, ethereal and airy to dark and edgy tracks with an ominous feel. Some of the tracks have a subtle Berlin-school feel (a la Tangerine Dream) with fluttering stereo arpeggios and sequences. Influenced as always by dark atmospheric sci-fi from Blade Runner to 2001.
The album follows on stylistically from my previous ambient releases Cryosleep Dreams and Perpetual Dimensions and makes immersive background music for relaxation, meditation, sleep and lucid dreaming, gaming, sci-fi reading/writing and any other creative work.
Some reviews of Merging The Infinite:
“Merging the Infinite is a very calming drifting space ambient work that holds you in suspension in the cosmic universe. It may very well be Simon’s best of his three atmospheric cinematic space music and deep listening soundscapes.”
PLEASE NOTE: this album is sold for personal listening only and does not include a license to use the music in films or videos. If you’re interested in using any of the music from this album in a video or film please contact me to discuss licensing costs with as much info about your project as possible.
Tracklisting: Put-Down Cycle (8:09) | Spindrift (9:36) | Pulse Drive (11:27) | Midnight Sun (8:07) | Zone Rings (10:27) | Meridian Flux (11:16) | Circling The Void Above (10:44) | Black Prism (10:26) | Merging The Infinite (13:49) | Continuum (8:39)
This mp3 album is also available from these websites and online stores (including Bandcamp). If you want to use the music in your video please contact me for a license which is only available here at thebluemask.com: